The Rockland Boulders announced today their 2012 games will be broadcast on AM 1230 WFAS and the introduction of the Rockland Boulders Radio Network.
59 Boulders games will be broadcast this season on WFAS, including every home game. AM 1230 WFAS has been broadcasting to the greater Rockland and Westchester areas for over 80 years and features news and talk radio with an emphasis on local content.
“Last season we had a large number of fans from Westchester and areas south attend Boulders game,’ said Boulders President Ken Lehner. “As our footprint becomes more regional, this partnership will allow our fans in those areas to listen to our games thanks to the strong signal of WFAS,” Lehner said.
AM 1230 WFAS is owned by Cumulus Media the largest pure-play radio broadcaster in the United States. Cumulus owns 570 stations in 120 U.S. cities and a fully-distributed network serving over 4,500 affiliates nationwide. “We are very happy to have the opportunity to broadcast the Rockland Boulders baseball games to our loyal and dedicated listeners. We are excited to extend our resources to help brand our local baseball team and enhance our place as THE local radio broadcaster,” said WFAS’s Marty Sheehan.
The 59 games will also be broadcast on Rockland’s WRCR AM 1300. A total of 94 games will be broadcast on radio or the team website this season.
Boulders season tickets, flex and mini-plans, group tickets, fundraisers, birthday parties and more are on sale now by calling 845-364-0009 or sliding to the Boulders web site at www.rocklandboulders.com. Individual game tickets will go on sale in April.